Charles D Alcorn Funeral Home, Hawthorn, PA

Charles D Alcorn Funeral Home

BROOKVILLE & RTE 28
Hawthorn, PA 16230
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Phone: (814) 365-5321

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Comment on Charles D Alcorn Funeral Home - Hawthorn, PA written by: Bonnie Allio Schulz 5 stars 2012-06-09 20:28:47 do you keep track of oldobituaries> you have done LaVan, Dean, maybe allio and may more over the years i have at your place for funnerals a lot of my people are buried in frogtown please get back to me Bonnie (i do family history)


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Charles D Alcorn Funeral Home - Hawthorn, PA Lloyd R Miller Obituary announcement - Posted by Gloria Henry Adams 2012-09-14 11:30:22 The Henry family sends their sympathy and condolences to the Miller family during your loss of Lloyd. He was a great friend to our family and he will be greatly missed. We have many pleasant memories of Lloyd.

Alan, Gay, Gloria and Darla Henry


Charles D Alcorn Funeral Home - Hawthorn, PA Gwen Nulph Obituary announcement - Posted by Marty and RoxAnn Henry 2012-09-13 06:34:30 Dear Tim and Debbie,
Please accept our sympathy in the loss of your mother. Her long journey is over and she can finally be whole and in heaven. We are sorry for the long struggle she has had and hope that you can be at peace with her absence from your lives. The good family memories are yours to keep.
Sincerely,
Marty and RoxAnn


Charles D Alcorn Funeral Home - Hawthorn, PA Paul Rupp Obituary announcement - Posted by Ruth Kitchen Barr 2012-02-04 21:30:20 Sorry to hear about Paul , I knew him years ago when He came to my. brothers house,(Buster) in New Bethlehem. I will keep his family in our prayers


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